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What is your interest? Do you like #traveling, #photography, #nature or anything else? Let us know by a post with some tags and the #newhere tag. 😉
 


A blue-top, silver and redesigned livery with a new corporate "Korean Air" logo featuring a stylized Taegeuk design was introduced on March 1, 1984, and the airline's name changed to Korean Air from Korean Air Lines. This livery was introduced on its Fokker F28 Fellowships and Boeing 747-300s. It was designed in cooperation between Korean Air and Boeing. In the 1990s, Korean Air became the first airline to use the new McDonnell Douglas MD-11 to supplement its new fleet of Boeing 747-400 aircraft; however, the MD-11 did not meet the airline's performance requirements and they were eventually converted to freighters. Some older 747 aircraft were also converted for freight service.

eva air hcm
hang ve may bay korean
vé máy bay đi mỹ bao nhiêu tiền
vé máy bay đi mỹ bao nhiêu tiền
vé máy bay đi canada bao nhiêu tiền
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#travel #instagood #photooftheday #travelphotography #love #photography #instatravel #picoftheday #instagram #traveling #travelgram #nature #photographer #trip #wanderlust #sunset #adventure #vacation #sea #follow #travelling #beautiful #holiday #landscape #art #beach #sun #photo #fashion #tourism
 
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On June 5, 2007, Korean Air said that it would create a new low-cost carrier called Jin Air in Korea to compete with Korea's KTX high-speed railway network system, which offered cheaper fares and less stringent security procedures compared to air travel. Jin Air started its scheduled passenger service from Seoul to Jeju on July 17, 2008. Korean Air announced that some of its 737s and A300s would be given to Jin Air.

hãng eva
mua vé hãng korean airlines
đặt vé máy bay đi mỹ giá rẻ
đặt vé máy bay đến mỹ
đặt vé máy bay đến canada
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#travel #instagood #photooftheday #travelphotography #love #photography #instatravel #picoftheday #instagram #traveling #travelgram #nature #photographer #trip #wanderlust #sunset #adventure #vacation #sea #follow #travelling #beautiful #holiday #landscape #art #beach #sun #photo #fashion #tourism
 
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DARPA says absolutely the right way to develop technology - "for dangerous missions, such as hazardous monitoring and emergency relief operations"

Can't you just see one of these #bugs #traveling in-between downed I-Beams, rubble, looking for survivors during a major disaster? DARPA scientists most certainly feel one of the mosquito-sized drones will certainly be able to do the job - considering the autonomous AI that will be controlling the micro-engines driving it.

Have they solved the battery power issue? Typical drones run for mere moments for that sized payload, a micro-hand-held drone a couple inches across runs for about 3 minutes before crashing.

What breakthrough in advanced power is in the Mosquito allowing to have a long duration mission?

Does it leach power from the environment in some way?



Think that DARPA is out there to just develop benign drones to just listen to the "enemy", or assist in a disaster to find people buried in rubble? Maybe thinking again would be a wise idea..

Draper Industries has already attached a #cyborg control system to a #dragonfly (an organic living creature) to put it under control of the "drone operator"..

ref - https://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/...e-takes-flight

Why the dragon fly? It can carry a bigger payload and it's battery pack is used for the control electronics, not the flight muscles (the dragon fly uses carbohydrate food to power itself) - so the range is greater..



#metal #fly
 
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DARPA says absolutely the right way to develop technology - "for dangerous missions, such as hazardous monitoring and emergency relief operations"

Can't you just see one of these #bugs #traveling in-between downed I-Beams, rubble, looking for survivors during a major disaster? DARPA scientists most certainly feel one of the mosquito-sized drones will certainly be able to do the job - considering the autonomous AI that will be controlling the micro-engines driving it.

Have they solved the battery power issue? Typical drones run for mere moments for that sized payload, a micro-hand-held drone a couple inches across runs for about 3 minutes before crashing.

What breakthrough in advanced power is in the Mosquito allowing to have a long duration mission?

Does it leach power from the environment in some way?



Think that DARPA is out there to just develop benign drones to just listen to the "enemy", or assist in a disaster to find people buried in rubble? Maybe thinking again would be a wise idea..

Draper Industries has already attached a #cyborg control system to a #dragonfly (an organic living creature) to put it under control of the "drone operator"..

ref - https://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/...e-takes-flight

Why the dragon fly? It can carry a bigger payload and it's battery pack is used for the control electronics, not the flight muscles (the dragon fly uses carbohydrate food to power itself) - so the range is greater..



#metal #fly
 
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